China's September manufacturing PMI hit 50.2; its first time in positive territory since April: NBS

China's official manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) for September came in at 50.2, its first time in positive territory since April, after a consecutive increase over the last four months, reads a National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) release on Saturday, reflecting recovery momentum across the country's manufacturing sector.

China, Germany hold high-level financial dialogue, both sides committed to combating trade protectionism

China and Germany held the 3rd China-Germany High Level Financial Dialogue in Frankfurt on Sunday, during which both sides reached consensus on 25 items for raised for discussion.

Not only in the EV industry, but also in most high-tech and cutting-edge industries, some people in the US possess an extremely unhealthy and unfair zero-sum competition mentality toward China. ...

US-India relationship is not as rosy as it seems on the surface

During the recently concluded G20 summit, the US and India revealed cracks on many international issues, indicating that the US-India relationship is far from being as rosy as it appears. ...

After US President Joe Biden recently called China's economic problems a "ticking time bomb," Western media immediately set off a wave of negative public sentiment over China's economy. However, is China's economy as troubled as Western media and politicians have ...
If one thing could epitomize the stronger connectivity between China and Central and Eastern Europe, it is the rising use of their own currencies to settle trade and investment.